Wednesday, August 5, 2020

How are Nurses Coping with Insufficient Resources During the Pandemic?



In hospitals across the country, nurses and other health care professionals have been working around the clock to care for patients who tested positive for COVID-19. In areas that have been particularly affected, emergency rooms are at capacity, which means that nurses are often physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausted from treating patients. To make matters » Read More

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Monday, August 3, 2020

Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Causing an Increase in Reckless Driving?



Due to the current pandemic, there has not been much traffic on the roads. This means fewer traffic delays and the frustrations that go along with it. Unfortunately, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the sparse traffic associated with the pandemic has caused an alarming spike in reckless driving behavior, including speeding, hard » Read More

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What Causes Occupant Ejection in Car Accidents?



High-speed car accidents can cause serious injuries as a result of the force of impact. If any passengers were not wearing their seat belts, they can be thrown from the vehicle, which can cause devastating injuries and fatalities. Statistics show that passengers ejected from vehicles are three times more likely to suffer fatal injuries. In... Read More

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Saturday, August 1, 2020

Can I File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit for Prenatal Care?



Prenatal care begins the moment a woman finds out she is pregnant and continues until she gives birth. Proper prenatal care is essential to monitoring the health of the mother and the growing fetus through every stage of the pregnancy, as well as identifying any complications. In the United States, a staggering 95 percent of » Read More

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